Duo arrested for business burglary in Cullinan

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Duo arrested for business burglary in Cullinan
Duo arrested for business burglary in Cullinan

On Tuesday 4 December 2018, at approximately 01:20, Cullinan sector managers arrested two males for business burglary. The two sector managers, Constables T Masufi and M Ntombela, followed an information and traced the suspects who had been reported after they were seen by the community member selling suspected stolen goods, and arrested them.

All stolen goods were confiscated and placed at the station SAP13 store. Community is applauded and appreciated for their efforts in working together with the police, and further urged to refrain from buying stolen goods.

The duo will appear before Cullinan magistrates court facing the charges of business burglary.

Assist the Gauteng SAPS to fight fraud, corruption, unethical behaviour or any other suspicious activities that could be detrimental to our success by phoning the Gauteng Standby Provincial Duty Brigadier, 082 444 4354 or Crime Stop line on 08600 10111

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